Hospitals nationwide have issued pleas for protective equipment, including those in New York City, which said they only have a one week supply left.
"They must pay!" the president tweeted Sunday following unconfirmed reports that the couple had moved to Los Angeles.
“As the president fiddles, people are dying,” the House speaker said.
A woman has accused the former vice president of assaulting her in 1993. But you wouldn't know it from watching his interviews on TV this week.
Trump’s top health adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that the U.S. death toll could hit 200,000.
This New York City doctor was infected by the virus as her emergency room saw a surge in COVID-19 patients. She told HuffPost that she doesn't see an end in sight.
"Every metro area should assume that they could have an outbreak equivalent to New York," said Dr. Deborah Birx.
How each person receives the money will depend on whether the Internal Revenue Service has their direct deposit information, the treasury secretary said.
Bill de Blasio's remarks appeared hypocritical given his frequent criticism of President Trump's handling of the pandemic.
The president attacked two different journalists who read his own quote back to him.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe got a frightening notice from the Trump administration just as residents are grappling with the devastating impact of COVID-19.
Trump's personal attorney gets it wrong again.
The president said he asked the CDC to enact the travel advisory after suggesting a short-term quarantine for New York, the epicenter of the outbreak, earlier Saturday.
The ultraconservative Coburn had a reputation for using procedural technicalities to thwart legislation.
"I Love My Freedom" hawks a bogus cancer cure that was supposedly created by Nazis. It also solicits donations on behalf of the president and Mitch McConnell.
The primary was originally set for April 28, but will now happen on June 23 because of the coronavirus crisis.
Despite millions of dollars in government funding, some homelessness advocates are on their own when it comes to securing shelter for their clients.
“There is no definitely proven drug that is effective against this disease," said the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
The newspaper's board imagined “a social, political, moral — and economic — cataclysm” in terrifying detail.
"If the federal government and the states don’t get it together better, you will see sickness and death in this country like you never have before."